Flight delay claims
EC261 claims management
An end-to-end, tech-enabled, pan-European flight delay claims management solution.
EC261 requires airlines to provide compensation of between €250 and €600 to passengers in respect of delayed or cancelled flights or denied boarding. This is a burden for every airline which operates within or out of the European Union, regardless of how well run the airline is.
NRF has partnered with airlines to build and run an end-to-end, pan-European, tech enabled, operationally holistic, scalable, and disciplined solution, based on best in class legal expertise.
Holistic and scalable solution that addresses the total avoidable loss and saves money
A robust approach that reliably gives the most appropriate response at every step of the process
A fully managed service with best in class technologies, claims managers and legal advice that relieves the administrative and cost burden of flight delay claims
How we are helping our clients
Outsourced review of NDAs for a busy legal department
A major global insurer’s legal team was struggling to focus on the strategic priorities of the business due to a large amount of time-consuming business-as-usual (BAU) work.
Redesigning a legal team’s structure
The regional GC of a global insurance company based in Hong Kong was expecting a period of increased growth, with a resulting increase in legal support anticipated.
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